“Getting the most out of New Ancestry and AncestryDNA”

February 19, 2016 at 12:08 pm Leave a comment

 Live webinar with Ben Mercer

Ben Mercer

“Ben’s love of history started as a young boy with his research into his two grandfathers’ experiences in world war one. This passion for his family’s history has brought Ben to work for the biggest genealogy company in the world – Ancestry.com. He joined the Ancestry team in March 2014 as the Content and PR Manager for Australia and New Zealand. Ben is responsible for acquiring historical collections and maintaining relationships with Ancestry’s partner cultural institutions – archives, libraries, museums and societies.”

Saturday 12th March 2016

City of Greater Geraldton Regional Library

37 Marine Terrace Geraldton WA 6530

Registration: 9.30am

First Session (10.00 – 10.30am): “Getting the Most out of New Ancestry”

Followed by a session of informal questions and answers

Second Session (10.45 – 11.15am): “AncestryDNA”

Followed by a session of informal questions and answers and the

          raffle draw (Major Prize 12 month membership to Ancestry.com.au)

Closing: 11.30am

Book early to avoid disappointment as places are strictly limited

RSVP to gfhs@wn.com.au or 0403 929 559

Proudly supported by the Geraldton Regional Library

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